Smart home technology makes available rentals appear to be inhabited
It's nice to think that your Las Vegas rental property will be occupied, but that won’t always be true. Despite this fact, you need to make it appear that people are present so your rental isn’t an easy mark for burglars. Implementing a security system that includes home automation gives you the chance to use smart lighting, motion detection devices, and video cameras that make your home seem occupied.
You can put your plan in motion by setting some lights to switch on at specific hours of the day. You will also set your security smartphone app to warn you if your cameras spot an unwanted guest prowling around your perimeter or walking toward your main entrance. You have the opportunity to employ the 2-way talk capability to make them aware that you can see them or arrange for your smart lights to instantly turn on when a camera or motion sensor uncovers something unusual.
Protect your Las Vegas rental property with around-the-clock monitoring
Your renters will be more relaxed if they feel protected from intruders, especially when Las Vegas is unfamiliar territory. If a prowler makes an effort to gain entry, your home alarm system will not only sound a siren but will also ping your 24-hour monitoring team. Even if you’re not available, help will be on its way. Your monitoring specialists will even act as your primary contact and patch you in whenever you're able.
In addition to intrusions, your monitoring center can be linked to fire alarms, water sensors, and CO detectors. It would be understandably harrowing for your guest if a water heater springs a leak or something catches fire. You not only will receive a phone alert that an emergency has taken place, but the monitoring agent is also able to coordinate emergency services while you're en route.